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Live stream: How the 2016 election results will impact transportation

Sign up to join Transportation for America live on November 10th and hear a panel of experts discuss how this year’s elections will impact transportation policy at the federal, state and local levels.

Update: We will be streaming on Facebook Live. Join us here at 12 p.m. Central time/1 p.m. Eastern

How will this year’s elections impact transportation? How will any congressional shakeup affect the committees with jurisdiction over transportation? What happened with the more than $200 billion in ballot measures decided in critical races across the country?

Two days after the election, on Thursday, November 10th at 12 p.m. central time, join us on Facebook for a live discussion with a few national experts about what the new presidential administration means for transportation, and how congress, key state races, and ballot measures will impact your community. Our panel of experts will offer an in-depth look at the new administration, offer key insights, and answer questions. Streaming live from Minneapolis, MN (where we’ll be hosting the first meeting of our Smart Cities Collaborative), this will be an interactive discussion you won’t want to miss.



    • Devon Barnhart

      U.S. Senate Commerce Committee

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    • Roy Kienitz

      Principal, WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff. (Former Under Secretary for Policy, USDOT)

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    • Beth Osborne

      Director, Transportation for America Technical Assistance

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    • Colin Peppard

      Manager for Outreach and Strategic Relationships, Office of Extraordinary Innovation, LA Metro

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    • Moderator: Hon. Peter McLaughlin, Commissioner, Hennepin County, Minnesota (invited)

    Date: Thursday, November 10, 2016
    Time: 1:00pm – 2:00pm (EDT), 12:00pm – 1:00pm (CDT)



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      8 years ago

      I hope this will include CC to ensure panelists are understood by Deaf-Hard of Hearing

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